Peach Ice Cream is rich, thick, and amazingly delicious. And it does NOT use sweetened condensed milk. This 2 ingredient ice cream is speckled with fresh peaches and comes together in a flash. It’s so good, you may never get store-bought again!
Peach Ice Cream
After creating this dreamy 2-Ingredient Strawberry Ice Cream recipe, I decided to play with other flavor combinations.
With plenty of peaches that are ripe and readily available, I knew that peaches and cream ice cream was the next flavor to try!
How is it still a 2 ingredient ice cream recipe? With a secret ingredient, of course!
I started with coffee creamer — it’s basically the cream and sugar all in one product. Then, I added some frozen peaches.
A quick whirl in the blender, and the mixture comes out smooth and luscious like soft serve. Fold in some frozen fruit chunks, then get it in the freezer for about an hour.
This peach ice cream is perfectly scoopable and utterly life-changing. The perfect summertime treat!
Ingredient Notes and Swaps
- Coffee Creamer – I used the International Delight Cold Stone Sweet Cream flavor for this peaches and cream ice cream recipe.
If this isn’t available near you, try to find another sweet cream flavor or use vanilla in a pinch.
- Frozen Peaches – You are free to use fresh peaches if you have an abundance on hand, but you will still need to freeze them first.
Be sure to also peel the slices before popping them in the freezer to get the creamy texture you’re looking for!
I do not recommend using canned peaches to make peach ice cream.
Tips for Making Peaches and Cream Ice Cream
- Use chilled ingredients. Measure the creamer straight from the refrigerator and do not thaw the frozen fruit.
Everything needs to be nice and frosty for this no churn peach ice cream to come out right.
- Start slow. First, pulse the ingredients in the blender until the mixture starts to come together. Then, blend until smooth.
- Choose the right container. There are plenty of homemade ice cream containers on the market, but nothing beats a regular ol’ metal loaf pan!
- Soften before scooping. 2 ingredient ice cream becomes quite firm in the freezer. Transfer to the counter about 10 minutes before serving so it can soften just a bit.
Peach Ice Cream FAQ
Chopped cookies such as Golden Oreos or Gingersnaps would be tasty! Fold those in with the peach chunks after blending.
You bet — this recipe is exact proof of that! Instead of condensed milk, we use rich coffee creamer for both the dairy and the flavor.
Enjoy peaches and cream ice cream within 2 weeks. After that, the texture will become grainy.
After blending, spread your peach ice cream mixture evenly into the loaf pan. Cover with wax paper before placing it in the freezer, making sure to press down on the paper so it’s touching the surface of the ice cream.
If you plan on saving it for later, then add a lid or wrap the whole pan in aluminum foil.
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No Churn Peach Ice Cream + Video
- 2 cups International Delight Cold Stone Sweet Cream Creamer, 16 ounces
- 5 cups frozen peaches, divided
- Add creamer to blender. Top with 4 cups frozen peaches. Cover with blender lid and pulse until peaches and creamer come together. Use your ice cream setting, if your blender has one. Scrape down as needed. Blend until ice cream is thick and creamy.
- Meanwhile: Chop remaining peaches into small pieces.
- Fold chopped peaches into ice cream.
- Serve immediately or scrape into a freezer container (I use a bread loaf pan). Cover with wax paper to keep ice crystals from forming on the top. Freeze until ready to serve, 2 hours to 2 weeks.
- Scoop and Enjoy!
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe’s nutritional value will vary depending on the ingredients used, measuring methods, and portion sizes.
Originally published July 2016, updated and republished June 2023
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